Your Breakfast and Dinner Timings Are Linked to Cardiovascular Health? Arnold Schwarzenegger Uncovers the Alarming Truth

Published 01/24/2024, 1:41 PM EST

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is 76 years old and has been in the bodybuilding business for almost five decades. He not only succeeded in winning 7 Mr. Olympias, but has also pioneered in other fields like Hollywood and politics. The man has a lot of wisdom from different realms and likes to share it with his ‘village’ from the newsletter Arnold’s Pump Club. His age-old tricks of fitness and bodybuilding help a lot of people change their lives for the better.

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Recently the Austrian Oak has revealed a connection between meal timing and cardiovascular diseases. He showed the way to be fit and healthy in his latest newspaper with scientific evidence and it apparently can be done by a very easy trick.

Arnold Schwarzenegger gives a tip for changing meal timings

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The newsletter starts with the phrase that the amount of meals an individual eats does not matter and many different food groups can fit into a healthy diet. However, the time when a person eats can influence the overall health. According to the newsletter, there has been a recent study with more than 1,00,000 people where people who eat their first and last meals earlier during the day appear to have fewer cardiovascular diseases.

He also added that the people who have their first meal before 8:00 AM and the last meal before 8:00 PM have healthy hearts. However, he also said that the study does not provide proper information about the cause and effect so other factors can contribute to the relationship between food and time.

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He added, “The data suggests that people who eat their first meal after 9 am are 6 percent more likely to develop cardiovascular disease — and that increases by 6 percent every additional hour without eating. Eating after 9 pm is associated with a 28% increase in the risk of cerebrovascular disease (such as stroke) compared to eating earlier.”

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Arnie also gave proper advice that in this busy work schedule and hectic life where sleeping and eating habits are out the window, it is better to start simple and eat the last meal of the day approximately two or three hours before you go to sleep. The Austrian Oak might be strict and disciplined when it comes to eating and sleeping but once he also had good news for foodies who wanted to eat their favorites and balance fitness.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger talks about the ice cream test

In a previous edition of his newsletter, he helped fitness enthusiasts have their favorite sweet snacks while also maintaining their fitness. “Slowing down and taking longer to enjoy your meals can naturally help you eat less,” wrote Arnold Schwarzenegger in his newsletter.

He shared some information on an ice cream test that was done on people by scientific researchers. This experiment included a sample of people having ice cream within five to 30 minutes and it was found that the people who ate less had triggered two hormones that helped in feeling satiated for a long time.

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The Austrian Oak is always helping out people with his simple and doable tips and tricks to stay healthy. Would you recommend his ideas to your friends and family?

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Tanushree Bhowmick

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I am Tanushree Bhowmick. I have always loved running and sprinting since I was a child and I often took pride in being unbeaten at sporting events in school. The love I had for sport continued to follow me into adulthood.
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